Only One Available: This is an early Woodland Wade point. This point is mostly commonly associated with the Tennessee River Valley (Southern Kentucky, Tennessee, northern Alabama, and northeastern Mississippi), but may also be found in the Ohio River Valley and into southern Michigan and eastern Missouri.
One of the shoulders appears to be broken. The tip has a small chip but still shows well. 1.5" long.
Ex. M. Daily collection of Charlotte, NC.
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